I have posted videos showing how I make my abstract paintings, but filming the abstract drawing process was a different experience. I usually draw by standing up or sitting on a high stool at my drawing table, where the paper lies flat. To make this video, I put the sketchbook on my easel and drew standing up.
Drawing like this, it was a little harder to control the pen--I had to find other ways to steady my hand than leaning on the table. But for the most part, it worked fairly well.
My granddaughter held the camera, with the instruction to film only the drawing and my arm--not the rest of me. Because she was holding the camera, not me, I didn't realize that things in the background were kind of distracting. There were two paintings on a wall that appeared, and part of another painting behind the easel.
Next time I'll check the camera out myself first, and try to simplify the background. Another thing that might help is to put a large cardboard on the easel behind the drawing paper. Next time.
I made this drawing with colored calligraphy pens, but you'll hear all about it when you watch the video: